Perilous Kinship

by Zafer Şenocak

Zafer Şenocak (Senocak) has been called the Woody Allen of German novelists. In Perilous Kinship, German and Turkish and Jewish memories of genocide and mutual suspicions are comically fused in a single lackadaisical character. Gefährliche Verwandtschaft has been translated into French, Spanish and Turkish. English by Tom Cheesman.

On Sale: 01/10/2011


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ISBN: 978-0-9562409-4-1

Category: Fiction

About Zafer

Zafer Şenocak is a German writer well known for his poems, essays, and books. Zafer is prominent voice in the discussion of multiculturalism and cultural identity in Germany, the likes of which is addressed in Perilous Kinship. Born in Ankara, he has lived in Germany since 1970 and in Berlin since 1989.

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